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January 14, 1972 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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NYC Trying to Save 6
Jewish Neighborhoods

NEW YORK (JTA) — A multi-
million-dollar investment is being
made by New York City in an in-
tensive multi-faceted grogram
created to keep s'ec middle-class
neighborhoods with substantial
Jewish population from-more of
the kind of deterioration which
turns changing areas into slums.
The Year-eld Neighborhood Ac-
tion Program is focused on the two
principal causes of such deteriora-
tion -- street crime and block-bust-
ing — and on faster and better de-
livery of such city services as sani-
tation, street cleaning and better
street lighting. -
The six sections, designated by
Mayor John Lindsay as "stabiliSa-
lion areas," are Laurel _ ton-Cambria
Heights and South Jamaica in
Queens, Crown Heights and E.
Flatbush in Brooklyn, the Washing-
ton Heights-Inwood section in Man-
hattan and the entire Grand Con-
course section of the Bronx, which
is almost a third of that borough.
The key element in the anti-
crime phase is a new police ap-
proach, called the 'Neighborhood
Team" concept, which was de-
veloped by Police Commissioner
Patrick Murphy, formerly of De-
troit. A team of specially-trained
police officers are placed under
direct supervision of a sergeant;
who is accountable for the per-
formance of his men. Initial re-
ports indicate that the program
has succeeded ht. reducing crime.

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Recovery Care —

Rehabilitation Center

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Was organized to meet a need in the community; a
need for a recovery care facility which would provide

medical and therapeutic care for the recovering patient
with special medical needs.

It is all too often that a patient is placed in a facility
completely removed from accessible medical services
and doctor availability, let alone specialized medical
care.

medicos

1. - Every effort is made to have convenient and flexible
visiting schedules.

2. The individual needs of each patient are carefully
supervised and include such concerns as the
patient's hobbies and food preferences.

medicos

3. Every attempt is made to allow the patient the
maximum mobility which his physician deems
advisable. Plans are available whereby patients
spend some part of their recovery at home.

Has complete laboratory, diagnostic, and radiologic
facilities on the premises. There is also a complete
physical therapy unit and rehabilitation equipment.

4. Every patient retains his right to be attended by the
physician of his choice.

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Here are some of the things we are doing for patients:

Is a brand new facility,built to hospital specifications.
It is located in the center of the metropolitan Detroit
area and is easily accessible by all means of trans-
portation. A cheerful atmosphere adds to the comfort
of all patients,regardless of the length of their stay.

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Knows the importance of round-the-clock availability
of medical tare. Medicos is staffed by doctors in all
major medical and surgical specialties supplemented
by licensed nurses, physical therapists and trained
aides.

5. The atmosphere within Medicos is refreshing and
pleasant. Each room is equipped with individual
ventilating devices and the most modern temper-
ature control systems.

6. An open line of communication is encouraged
between patient, family, and staff. The administra-
tion, the medical staff, and the nursing staff
welcome your suggestions and questions.

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Rehabilitation Center

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